Darkness – Is winter too dark for green electricity?
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Darkness – Is winter too dark for green electricity?

Darkness – Is winter too dark for green electricity?

In January, German solar and wind turbines produced hardly any electricity – in the specialist yargon of the energy industry this is called “dark lute”.

A dark period is called a dark period when there is little wind and little sunlight at the same time. The representatives of the energy industry are now warning of a supply gap and regularly use this darkening as a panic.

But this is completely unfounded ….

Read the full article here:

http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/oekostrom-knapp-panikmache-mit-der-dunkelflaute-a-1133450.html